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Tuesday, 12 February 2008 04:30

Fuller 2/12/08

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The St. Louis trio of Fuller play proto-indie pop rock with sly hooks and a dose of satire in its lyrics.

Thursday, 14 February 2008 12:16

Miles of Wire 2/14/08

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Raphael Maurice, frontman for the alt-folk rock band Miles of Wire, sings songs of disappointment and pain with a raspy, semi-ravaged voice. Offering a sound reminscent of 1980s college-rock, the St. Louis-based band dropped KDHX for a live session.

Tuesday, 30 December 2008 11:06

Kelley Hunt 12/30/08

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Bold and bluesy, Kelley Hunt's soulful voice takes control of your senses and doesn't let go. Whether she's belting out a plaintive ballad or romping through the Big Easy, Hunt inspires listeners to sway to her Americana and roots sound.

Saturday, 24 January 2009 06:00

Victoria Vox 1/24/09

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If ukulele music brings only Don Ho and his Tiny Bubbles to mind, lend an ear to singer-songwriter Victoria Vox's performance on Backroads. You'll likely find yourself one of the "non-uke listeners converted daily" to a voice as crisp and refreshing as a good Sauvignon Blanc--or mondo Mai-Tai.

Saturday, 24 January 2009 05:30

Tim Grimm 1/24/09

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Folk, film, and farm characterize worlds inhabited by Americana artist Tim Grimm. Hailing from Brown County, Indiana, the self-described singer-songwriter, actor, and hay maker visited Backroads to share his new CD, Holding Up the World, a collection of songs depicting struggle, loss, and yearning.

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What's in a name? For American indie-pop band Someone Still Loves You Boris Yeltsin, not much. Get past the moniker, though, and find a band that delivers fun, fresh music that's full of harmony.

Thursday, 05 February 2009 15:05

Tory Z. Starbuck 2/5/09

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Tory Z Starbuck says his music fuses "Asian/Middle Eastern folk music, African percussion, improvisation, electronic/acoustic 'noise' and Bowie/Eno influenced New Wave." A fixture in St. Louis music, this prolific artist and bandmates Venus Slick, Bruce McLaughlin, Dr. Mabuse and Anthony Englehardt visited the Space Parlour

Thursday, 19 February 2009 15:05

Pokey LaFarge 2/19/09

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Louisville, Kentucky native Pokey LaFarge offers a ragtime blues sound that's finger pickin' good. Attracted to old time music since boyhood, his acoustic songs feature a warm patina of yesteryear and a uniquely Pokey punch--both of which he brought to the Space Parlour for a live performance.

Thursday, 19 March 2009 15:05

Rum Drum Ramblers 3/19/09

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The St. Louis-based Rum Drum Ramblers lay down blues tunes that beg for sittin' on the front porch, enjoying a cold one on a steamy, August night. Since summer is months away, your next best bet is to listen to their live session on The Space Parlour.

Tuesday, 07 April 2009 08:09

Michael Jonas Band 4/7/09

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Don't confuse the Michael Jonas Band with that pop culture phenomenon bearing the same last name. Followers of the Saint Louis-based Jonas band fancy the brisk fiddlin' and pickin' that the bluegrass and folk trio puts out. Drea welcomed the group for a live performance on the Other One.

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